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How can I tell the difference between premenstrual cramps and constipation?
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Dr. Nela Cordero
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In brief: CRAMPS- CONSTIPATIOn
Premenstrual cramps occurs before menstruation as lower abdominal pain prior to bleeding.
Constipation is difficulty in evacuating dard stools accompanied with occasional abdominal pain.

In brief: CRAMPS- CONSTIPATIOn
Premenstrual cramps occurs before menstruation as lower abdominal pain prior to bleeding.
Constipation is difficulty in evacuating dard stools accompanied with occasional abdominal pain.
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